Cynthia and Martha agree that hosting is deeply inherited in our roots. Nos encanta recibir a la familia and share some wine and doing it with delicious food. Growing up in Latin families, we value and cherish the memories created during la sobremesa or an entire meal. During Spring, we celebrate Easter and eat a lot of fish, and we were thinking about all the Spring Fare to recommend you some wines under $28. So grab one or grab them all!
Salina Bianco IGP 2018 Colosi
This Certified Organic Italian White blends two native grapes, Insolia and Catarratto. Cynthia states, “The white wine will have the minerality I crave in white wine, and I plan to pair it with our spring fish dishes.” Pair this with red snapper, Veracruz style, tomato, onion, olives, and capers. It also works wonders on a springboard with cheese, olives, crackers, and fruit.
Spirito Libero Sangiovese Toscana IGT 2021
Not your typical Chianti Sangiovese style of red wine. This Spirito Libero Sangiovese is from the Maremma region, southwest of Florence. This wine is an everyday choice for lovers of earthy reds. Since Barbeque season starts early in the South, it will pair well with all the meats, especially from the grill, like steaks, hamburgers, and sausages. Cynthia also recommends pairing it with grilled portabella mushrooms drizzled with balsamic vinegar and olive oil for a feast.
Brut Trento DOC NV Ferrari
La Jefa Martha recommends this Brut Style for Spring Celebrations. Martha wrote, “I love the Trento DOC, one of my all-time favorites. Ferrari Trento DOC is dryer than Prosecco, more of a Brut style.”
It is more pricey than other Sparkling Wines but has a different profile on the dryer side and excellent persistence on the bubbles. I will pair this with canned sardines, toasted bread yum, and an easy and nutritious appetizer.
Langenlois Gruner Veltliner Niederosterreich 2018 Loimer
This Biodynamic Gruner Veltliner is from Niederösterreich, Austria is the most important region for Austrian viticulture, located not far from Vienna. The discovery of prehistoric grape seeds indicates that viticulture in the area dates back to the Bronze Age before the Romans planted hectares of vineyards and Bavarian monks built the terraces visible today in the Middle Ages. We love the acidity and liveliness of this Gruner that pairs excellently with fresh vegetables and hummus.
Grab one or Grab them all.
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